A producer doesn’t set out to increase advantageous microorganisms in the soil, but often practices that promote sustainable and profitable cropping have secondary benefits for soil and plant microbiomes.
Soil microbiologist Dr. Bobbi Helgason’s presentation will provide examples of how different cropping system management practices affect soil and plant microbiomes at Top Crop Manager’s Soil Management and Sustainability Summit, to be held Feb. 26, 2019, in Saskatoon. Her research supports the development of new or improved management practices that increase nutrient use efficiency, improve environmental performance and promote soil health.
Understand the bigger picture of these details and learn about the management practices that have the greatest impact on soil and plant microorganisms. Register today for the 2019 Soil Management and Sustainability Summit!
The Summit is approved for 7 CCA-CEUs and 7 CCSC-CEUs.